: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Belarus enjoys boost from selling Russians forbidden fruit


MINSK, Belarus (AP) — As he fights an economic downturn in Belarus, the man often called “Europe’s last dictator,” longtime President Alexander Lukashenko, is getting a surprising boost.
Following a rash of Russian bans on foreign products and services, Belarus is specializing in selling Russians a way round their own government’s restrictions.
Since the start of 2014, Russia has embraced sanctions as a foreign policy tool, banning food imports from the European Union and United States over the Ukraine crisis, and now also cutting off flights to some countries.
For Belarus, that has meant a rush in demand for food that a senior …read more

Source: KXAN

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